The National Geographic store aims to capture both children and adults with its Dublin outlet, which will carry books and magazines as well stationery, maps globes, luggage, clothing, accessories and children’s products
IRELAND. National Geographic opened its first Irish store on The Loop shopping street at Dublin Airport Terminal 1 this week. The 135sq m unit is National Geographic’s second airport outlet in Europe, following its opening in Rome Airport last year.
The store features a wide range of National Geographic’s books and magazines as well stationery, maps globes, luggage, clothing, accessories and children’s products.
“The National Geographic Society has been inspiring people to care about the planet for over 125 years and we’re thrilled that its first Irish store is in The Loop at Dublin Airport,” said Paul Neeson, Director of Retail at Dublin Airport.
“National Geographic is widely known and respected for bringing the stories of our world to people in a vibrant and fun way and there’s something for everyone in its new Dublin Airport store, which I’ve no doubt will be very popular with passengers.”
National Geographic is one of the largest non-profit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology and natural science, and the promotion of environmental and historical conservation.
Founded in 1888, the Society reaches more than 500 million people worldwide each month through its media platforms, products and events.
National Geographic is one of the brands working with specialist travel retail company Global Retailer, which is expanding its portfolio of branded stores across Europe and internationally.